Amanda Crombie

Amanda Crombie

Director of Academic Programs
Education & Training
Environmental Science, Florida State University
Master of Urban and Environmental Planning, University of Virginia School of Architecture

Amanda Crombie is the Batten School’s Director of Academic Programs and is responsible for academic advising, course scheduling and enrollment as well as curriculum management for the School. Originally from Florida, Amanda completed her undergraduate work at Florida State University in Environmental Science before coming to Virginia to work and study at the University. Amanda holds a Master of Urban and Environmental Planning degree from the Architecture School here at UVA. Crombie is passionate about how environmental degradation and habitat destruction effect biodiversity, and decreasing the negative effects of human activity on the environment. Prior to coming to the Batten School six years ago, she worked for 11 years with the Department of Intramural Recreational Sports here on Grounds serving faculty, staff and students in various roles promoting healthy lifestyles. Amanda and her husband Jack have two children Jack Jr. and Jensen.